Saturday, January 29, 2011

Baby Boy Album pages

Happy Days to all!

I am recouping from not feeling very well.  I have all this internal energy today!

I wanted to post some pictures of a baby boy album I created for a custom order!
I used the DoodleCharms Cricut Cartridge to create the little bug.  I printed my words I wanted for the page and then placed it in the Cricut to cut.  I centered the image first and it cut around my words!

My little owl was created all by using 3 punches!  2 small circle punches, and 1 scalloped punch!  Everyone seems to really like this one!
 The little onsie is a Little Scraps of Heaven svg template.  I include this paper piecing in every baby album that I create.  This is actually a card and when it is opened all the birth information is inside.

 I still sing "You Are My Sunshine" to my twenty year old son.  It is our thing and he still loves it.  It is a cherished tradition for us.  The sun can be pulled out for additional journaling.

 What childhood would not be complete with this toy! 
"Mommie's Little Sweetie"   The heart can be pulled out to read that message.
 The little bib opens for more photo storage and the baby bottle is a journaling tag!
 I simply love giraffes and I love the size value in these.  Makes a great Father/Son page.  The paper piecing is also from Little Scraps of Heaven.  To make the different sizes, I just scaled them in my Sure Cuts Alot program. 
 Baby Food, it is an important first for baby!  These baby jars were dry embossed and chalked using a Lasting Impressions brass plate.
Hope you enjoyed the album pages!
Keeping Rocking and Scrapping!

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Rock Princess, Nifty Fiftys, and Indie Art Cricut Cartridges

Hi everyone!

I have decided that I am going to explore 3 Cricut Cartridges on Rock Girl Designs:
Nifty Fiftys
Rock Princess 
and Indie Art.  

I will be creating cards, layouts, and other paper creations using these 3 cartridges until I run out of ideas!  Maybe if I have time I will create a few videos along the way.  I have been reading up on how other people make videos and they spend 2-3 hours creating just one!  Not sure how much time between being Crabby and Rock I will have....we shall see!

All posts will be located both on Rock Girl Designs and Crabby Cakes Studios blogs!  

Keep Rockin' and Scrapin'
Rock Girl